|Submitted on: 5/22/2002 4:41:16 PM |
By: Yusuf "ASPExpert" AKDAG
By 4 Users
Compatibility:ASP (Active Server Pages), VbScript (browser/client side)
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| Its a Hard Disc Drive Browser uses FileSytemObject (FSO).. I wrote it for my friend but u can use it freely. If any suggestion please dont hastitate and send it to me..
And , Thanks to Ben for suggestions and changes about HDD Brwoser file. It now more understandable and easely customizable.
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|5/23/2002 10:12:28 AM:Ben White|
nice neat little code
|5/23/2002 10:20:46 AM:Ben White|
Yusuf, I have updated the code and made
the topmost level the drive list. I
also added in error code protection.
(prevents permission errors from
crashing the page) if you would like a
copy of this, send me an email.
|5/23/2002 2:43:28 PM:Ben White|
In the subroutine DeleteFile()
might want to edit the redirect
statement to be
"?path=" & left(del,instrrev(del,"\"))
this refreshes the directory where
the file was
|5/27/2002 11:31:56 PM:MKI|
this code is simple but really useful.
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